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    The decision of dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was one of the most controversial issues of the 20th century. Little Boy and Fat Man were the two atomic bombs that were used against Japan in August 1945. They were created for the Manhattan Project in 1942, which was a secret military project to produce the first U.S. nuclear weapon. The U.S. decided to build and use nuclear weapons, as they feared the Nazi Germany might build one before them and use it during World War II.…

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    On August 9th, 1945, the United States detonated an atomic bomb over the city of Nagasaki. The following paper will argue that the atomic bombing was truly a disaster. The paper will provide its own definition as to what a disaster is. Following, possible objections to the thesis will also be addressed. This paper will analyze the disaster of Nagasaki by providing brief parallels to the disaster of Lisbon and the Chicago fire. The disaster of Lisbon and Nagasaki both demonstrate how disasters…

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    Q8. In my opinion, President Truman made the correct decision when it came to dropping the atomic bomb on Japan. Although I believe it was the correct decision at the time, I do not think it was morally correct, I am not justifying the deaths of thousands of Japanese citizens. However, looking at the facts and the current situation at the time, I believe that President Truman made the appropriate decision for the dispute at hand with Japan. In addition, this was not a decision that was made in a…

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    The atomic bomb was dropped on the Japanese city Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945. The bomb was created and dropped to defeat Japan and Defend the United States. There have been many debates on whether the bomb should have been dropped or not. The bomb should have been dropped because it saved many American lives, Japan had a warning to surrender, Japan did many bad things to the Chinese and the Americans and America has had enough. President Truman ordering for the atomic bomb to be dropped…

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    The horrific event on Boylston Street changed the lives of many in only 12 seconds on April 15th, 2013. People crossing the finish line were very lucky. It was the 117th running of the Boston Marathon, the one that changed lives inside and outside. It was no different for Josh. Everyone watches as I cross the finish line with the time of 2 hours, 10 minutes and 22 seconds. My long legs were blown out after running the 26 miles 385 yards. I walked slowly over to the tent for food and rest…

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    In the 1940s, the atomic bomb was undergoing development and in August of 1945, the first non-test atomic bomb was dropped by a U.S. B-29 bomber on the city of Hiroshima in Japan and another was dropped, 3 days later, in Nagasaki. Some justify the attack because it spared the lives of many American and Japanese soldiers that would have been lost in an invasion of Japan, which was the alternative to the bombings. However, the cons outweigh the pros: the bombs caused mass civilian casualties,…

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    Michael Nickerson ELA 10th summer reading essay Entry 1 After reading the first ten pages of “Hiroshima”, by John Hersey, I got a good view of the lives that were affected by the bombing. The main characters introduced to me were civilians, both rich and poor, who did nothing wrong. They lead normal lives all the way up to the dropping of “little boy”, however once the bomb dropped , it is apparent that their lives were never going to be the same way again. As for reviewing how good the book…

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    On August 6, 1945 at 8:15am, an American B-29 bomber plane dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The devastation was unlike anything seen before. The city was flattened immediately. 8,000 people were killed as a result of the bomb and another 35,000 were injured. Japan still didn’t surrender. Three days later, another nuclear bomb was dropped by the Americans on the Japanese city of Nagasaki. Afterwards, on August 15, 1945, Japan finally surrendered. World War Two was over.…

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    There was no doubt Truman decision to use the atomic bombs weren’t wrong. There wasn’t any other choice than to use the bombs because Japan didn’t want war to end. Author Robert J. Allison chairs the History Department at Suffolk University in Boston and he writes about American history comments “the Japanese may have been defeated but that doesn’t mean that they were ready to surrender. In samurai warrior culture that then defined Japan, surrender wasn’t an option” (Atomic Bomb: Why did…

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    I am Avery Anthony, a scientist at Ex Machina Labs, super human testing. You're probably wondering what happened, i’ll tell you. I was fascinated by the the dragonfly so I started to test it on NOV. 26 2023. 1:16 am. I removed the DNA for a dragonfly and dropped it onto a fire ant. wings in 6 hours 47 minutes, it flew around the room for 2 hours 35 minutes before it died due to overdose. The next day. As I wrote down notes, I tipped the DNA on my foot. It began to form my new body. That is why…

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